Oregon Wolf Population on the Rebound

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) is moving to Phase Two of its wolf recovery plan after wildlife biologists documented seven breeding pairs of wolves in Oregon in 2014. Of nine known wolf packs, only the Imnaha Pack is not a breeding pair. The Umatilla River pack still needs to … Continue reading »

Male Wolf OR-7 to Get New Collar

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Biologists with the Department of Fish and Wildlife plan to capture the male wolf OR-7 to put a new tracking collar on him by the end of the year. OR-7 has traveled all over Oregon and into Northern California, but up until recently, biologists were not planning to re-collar the wolf. … Continue reading »

OR7 is the Father of Wolf Pups

PORTLAND, Ore. – Wildlife officials are confirming Wolf OR7 is the father of wolf pups. OR7, his mate, and their babies are located in the Southwest Oregon Cascade Mountains. Biologists suspected OR7 had a mate somewhere in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest after capturing images of a black female wolf from remote cameras in the … Continue reading »

Wandering Wolf May Have Found a Mate

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says the state’s famous wandering wolf, OR-7, may have finally found a mate. ODFW says cameras on the Rogue River in the Siskiyou National Forest captured several images of what appears to be a black female wolf in the same area where OR-7’s GPS collar … Continue reading »